Agar calls for focus
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats head coach Richard Agar has called on his side to maintain their intensity at Castleford Tigers on Sunday.
Agar's side produced an impressive performance to end Leeds Rhinos' winning run on home soil on Monday night and will be in buoyant mood ahead of their trip to the PROBIZ Coliseum.
The Wildcats coach is worried about the short turnaround and has warned his men they must match Castleford's desire in their West Yorkshire derby this week.
"We had a big game Monday night and we're on a five-day turnaround. We're managing our blokes this week and trying to make sure we have all our bases covered from a technical and tactical point of view but at the same time making sure we're at the right levels emotionally," said Agar.
"We know that's an area where we're going to have to bring everything to the park because we know that's certainly what Cas will bring."
The local rivals go into tomorrow's clash with one win apiece this season. Castleford landed the first blow at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium in April, while Wakefield gained revenge with victory at Manchester's Magic Weekend the following month.